When the free agency frenzy this offseason started for the NFL, I kept being told Panthers linebacker Jon Beason, who is making a ridiculous $10 million a year had zero incentive to restructure his deal. I couldn’t have disagreed more and all my arguments as to why are coming to fruition with all his teammates, yet Beason hasn’t and/or won’t.
A recent analysis was done with the quarterbacks of the NFL where the statistical quotient of three separate places quarterback rankings were averaged out to see where each signal caller ranks. Cam Newton’s ranking wasn’t bad or good.
This year’s ACC Tournament marks the 11th time I’ve been to this spectacle. I’ve covered four SEC Tournaments, a Southern Conference Tournament and two Division II conference tournaments. I’ve even done around a dozen NCAA […]
When Mike Dunlap was hired as the head coach of the Charlotte Bobcats last year, the first reaction from everybody, including basketball experts, “Who?” Now, many of those same experts are wondering if he’ll be fired at the end of the year.
It’s long been the philosophy of management and ownership with the Carolina Panthers that the best way to build long-term success is to solely build their team through the NFL Draft. With only four winning seasons, that obviously hasn’t worked.
As I sit here in the press box at Bank of America Stadium, I can’t help but think just how important this game is for the Panthers as they get ready to take on Seattle. There’s a HUGE difference between 1-4 and 2-3.
As I sit here in the press box of Bank of America Stadium watching the New York Giants take on the Carolina Panthers, it’s nice to see that the stadium is full and the fans are full of gasoline, if you know what I mean.
While the NFL Draft has the attention of most of everyone, I decided that I wanted to potentially witness history by attending the Bobcats game tonight against the New York Knicks. I’m a glutton for punishment, what can say. By the way, if you want real, insightful information, you’ve come to the wrong place. If you dislike sarcasm or stupidity, once again, you’ve come to the wrong place.
As a former reporter and current radio host at WFNZ, my goal is to sometimes provide informative information, though I must warn you that if you’re offended by sarcastic and not-so-smart comments, then you might not want to read this blog.
After what happened Friday night against Chicago, where the Charlotte Bobcats fought hard for a total of 64 points, I decided I had to witness this basketball team first hand.